Good Clinical Practice

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Have you recently learned that you need additional training to be compliant? Are you unsure of where to start?  UCSF offers two GCP courses through the CITI ProgramCME/CE credits for Physicians, Nurses,  Psychologists, and other disciplines are available for both courses and it is very simple to get started.

The CITI Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Basic Course is an overview of GCP. Some units on campus require this course, but it is optional for the HRPP. Be sure to check with your departmental GCP training requirements.

The CITI Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Optional Modules Course is a 13-module program that discusses good clinical practice as it relates to clinical trials of both drugs/biologics as well as devices. The GCP modules are described below and are intended for use by research personnel involved in conducting drug, device, or biologic studies and should be taken in the order they are listed. The optional course takes approximately 4 hours to complete.

Training Questions?  

Visit the CITI Registration FAQs if you have questions about the CITI program. For GCP related questions, contact the HUB.